As a member of American Chemical Society, Catholic Campus Ministries, and Beta Beta Beta biological honor society, plus a rigorous course load, Kayla is a busy student. “Being involved in so much both in the classroom and outside of it, I have had to learn how to manage my time efficiently to accomplish everything.”
With three internships at The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Johns Hopkins Hospital researching breast and colon cancer, and shadowing a neurosurgeon, Kayla is ready for her future after graduation. “My plan is to become a physician assistant. Stevenson has helped me tremendously by providing me with a solid foundation in both biology and chemistry that I will be able to use as I continue my studies.”
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